Friday May 17
Globe and Mail
Cheesy, saucy, greasy: The 10 best slices in New York
Growing up in New York, grabbing a slice of pizza was a simple and commonplace thing to do.
Mon May 13, 2013
Jamaica Fashion Show Highlights Homegrown Style
A fashion show organized by the The Jamaica Center BID is hoping to put the bustling neighborhood on the fashion map next month - featuring designs from local fashionistas and clothing stores and showcasing the area as a shopping destination.
Wed May 08, 2013
Port Washington News
Hail To The Chief
Well wishers from the police department, neighboring police districts and elected officials attended the very moving ceremony for Port Washington Police Chief William Kilfoil on April 29, marking his last day on the job.
Sat May 04, 2013
Oyster Bay's Kathryn Bougadis and John Lagoudes star on Bravo's 'Newlyweds'
John Lagoudes and Kathryn Bougadis, who run a tanning salon in Oyster Bay, star as one of four recently married couples featured in Bravo's "Newlyweds:The First Year" reality show.
Fri May 03, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Bugged by Cicadas? Don't Be
They're Loud and Leave a Mess of Carcasses, but the Insects of East Coast's Brood II Just Want to Find Love In a few weeks, stretches of the Northeast and mid-Atlantic will become littered with big, noisy, red-eyed bugs emerging from the earth in unison like soldiers from an underground army.
Thu May 02, 2013
Port Washington News
Letter: Four Years Later
Four years later! Simple questions. What would have happened if one of our elected officials had both the street and the sidewalks ripped up throughout the neighborhoods? What would have happened if those elected officials had no where to push a baby carriage? How loud would their voices had been if their children didn't have a place to ride their ... (more)
108th Precinct in Queens Gets New Commanding Officer
The 108th Precinct in Queens is getting a new commanding officer, as Deputy Inspector Donald Powers moves on from the post he's held for the last three years.
Wed May 01, 2013
Disgraced Councilman Dan Halloran Won't Run for Reelection
City Councilman Dan Halloran won't seek reelection this year, opting instead to focus on clearing his name in the face of corruption and bribery allegations , the Queens lawmaker said Wednesday in a statement published by Capital New York.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
City Room: How an Arrest in Queens Led to the Public Safety Exception
No straight line connects Benjamin Quarles and Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, or stretches from Bayside, Queens, to Copley Square in Boston, or links a largely forgotten gun charge against an accused rapist in 1980, to a horrific terrorist bombing that inflicted mass casualties and left three people dead this month.